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Ditching Liz Earle but for what?

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Bonnie152 Sun 11-Sep-16 13:28:28

I really like Liz Earle C&P as it seems to have cleared my spots right up and is just generally nice to use. However, I'm starting to face facts that it's not all that great for my skin overall. My forehead has developed lots of little bumps on it and my pores are big enough for a family of 4 to move in.

I want to switch over to something else but I'm not sure what. I'm 29 and I have combination skin which is is prone to spots around my chin. I'm looking for something around the same price as LE or lower. Have you used a cleanser that's let you with glowy, great condition skin? Or does such a thing only exist in my dreams?

Mrsj70 Sun 11-Sep-16 13:33:34

I used to use Liz Earle hot cloth cleanser. I then found the Naturally Radiant range from Superdrug! The hot cloth cleanser in ths range is £5.99 (and is currently on BOGOF!) and my skin feels great. I have recommended it to a couple of friends who love it too.

Mrsj70 Sun 11-Sep-16 13:34:10

Btw, I also have combination skin

MoonlightMojitos Sun 11-Sep-16 13:41:16

I asked this exact same thing the other day but because I want to find something cheaper although I do love the liz earle one. Lots of people recommended the super drug version, I've yet to give it a go but sounds highly recommended so will let you know!

ThisUsernameIsAvailab1e Sun 11-Sep-16 13:43:01

Pai cleanser is one of the best I have tried. Are you a member of MrsGloss&TheGoss over on FB? They're a knowledgable lot

Mrsj70 Sun 11-Sep-16 13:52:48

moonlight I hope you like it!

bakeoffcake Sun 11-Sep-16 13:55:06

I'm changed to No7 Hot cloth cleanser after about 12 years of using Liz Earle. It's cheaper and works just as well. I've also not had as many spots since changing.

Wellywife Sun 11-Sep-16 14:00:38

DD and I have just started using Liz Earle as it's cruelty free. Will look at Superdrug now as it too is cruelty free and a better price for a 13 year old!

Our local salon does Aromaworks that seems nice (testers only so far) that is vegan. I might try that myself next as I can't be doing with the cloths!

Loyly Sun 11-Sep-16 14:02:57

I also switched from Liz Earle and went to Superdrug. Their Vitamin E hot cloth cleanser is brilliant too. It's £4.99, buy one get one half price, and comes with a single muslin.

BettyOBarley Sun 11-Sep-16 14:12:28

I changed to the No 7 one as well which isn't as rich and creamy but works well. They also do a hydration mask which I use the same way and that leaves my skin lovely and soft. I have Rosacea and since using this my skin has been really clear.

MinervaMcG Sun 11-Sep-16 14:57:24

M&S's Pure Hot Cloth Cleanser is lovely. I also really like Soap & Glory Ultimelt.

tigerdog Sun 11-Sep-16 15:01:02

After getting fed up with Liz Earle (don't like the new formula) I made my own cleanser with organic castor oil and avocado oil. I can't remember where I got this from (Caroline Hirrons?) and I have to say it is really good. My skin looks great at the moment, but I do think that is also down to Pixi Glow toner. I know its not for everyone but it really suits my skin.

KatharinaRosalie Sun 11-Sep-16 15:49:23

Didn't work for me at all. Dr Hauschka cleansing cream works though.

ThomasHardyPerennial Sun 11-Sep-16 18:29:25

I switched from Liz Earle to Balance Me several years ago, and my skin is great now. The restore and replenish cream cleanser is lovely, and I also use the cleansing balm (but mostly in the colder months). Smells nice too!

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